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of the day by putting jackie roosevelt robinson on the field, and sports would never be the same. we are glad you joined us for our conversation with harrison ford, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: more than a decade before civil rights activists took to the streets to challenge jim crow laws, branch rickey, general manager of the then brooklyn dodgers, and played by harrison ford in the movie "42," went up against a wall of segregation and brought in jackie roosevelt robinson to integrate america's then all- white pastime. it was a courageous move by both men. robinson endured horrendous opposition, of course, from racially charged taunts to death thr
to be on jackie robinson, but he also didn't want the distraction of having, for instance, harrison ford in his movie, and i fully understood and agreed with him. tavis: well, there is - i was going to ask you about that, so i'm glad you went there. there is a risk in that, though. obviously you're a great actor, but there's a risk in being able to disappear in that character. you were not intimidated by that at all? >> no. i thought it was great fun. tavis: yeah. >> first time i was ever on a stage i had a pillow under my jacket and talcum powder in my hair, playing mr. antrobus. that's the fun of it, of the whole game for me. tavis: yeah. what's your read of the significance of this moment in history, given that you had a chance to play this character? >> well, i think it accelerated the opportunities for the civil rights movement and for racial progress to be made. if it hadn't happened in baseball, i think it would have been a number of years before it was able; the progress that was made by the civil rights movement would have started. tavis: what's that say to you, then, about the power o
jackie? yes. yes. why am i even thinking about her? man, she's like tahiti-- it's warm and it's beautiful, and you want to go there, but when you do, you get bit by a mosquito, and you get malaria and you're sick for the rest of your life. well, she's obviously not over you either. i mean, she practically put on a show to get your attention. oh, just imagine it... ♪ i love to dance. okay, the doctor wins. man, look at all this. boxed u it's like dean martin exploded. there were bottles in the liquor cabinet, the dining room hutch, my mom's nightstand. oh, no. no. that's for polishing furniture. mom, there's lipstick on it. just your luck, forman. you're about to turn 18. there's gonna be no hooch left in the house to steal. i mean "avoid." do homework next to? pray near? come on! yeah, it's gonna be pretty boring around here. you know what you should do? go to college. mom, would it be too much to ask for dad to be grateful that i'm staying? honey, we're all going through hard times. you're giving up your future. i'm giving up my schnapps. let's not compare our pain. ♪ hey, sorry i'm
!" >> this november will mark 50 j.f.k.'s assassination. now an explosive new book is out about j.f.k. and jackie o. >> the book is packed with untold stories about the kends and what was really -- kennedys and what was going on behind the closed doors of the white house. explosive bombshells about the final days of camelot. >> jack and jackie were receiving four injections a week. >> amphetamine addiction, just one of the claims in christopher andersen's controversial fifth book about the kennedys. based on 30 years of interviews with the president'srcle. >> a number of things told me things they ask not to be really veeled after their deaths. >> the kerned family has the latest to comment on the tell-all which includes this alarming photo of the first lady, eight months pregnant and smoking on the presidential yacht. >> jackie had an addiction to nicotine and couldn't stop. >> we're hearing about marilyn monroe's phone call to the white house bragging to jackie about her affair with jack. >> she told jackie that the president intended to leave jackie for her. jackie said you go right ahead. i bec
putin vladamir putin land. judy gold live this morning? >> jacki sheckner. did i say karl rove? i did. i am drunk. jacki sheckner, everything old is new again. i heard tea party people are urging republicans to cuts off the funding for obamacare approximate. yay! >> let's see how that goes over again. >> yay, it's back again, government shutdowns and shouty town hauls about health care. >> i got told on twitter yesterday, screaming, all the old talking points. >> something called with a talking point this week. the president has no transparency, nobody was able to see. >> it was all passed under the cloak of night and secret. >> right, oh, that was musty, it had math balls on it. here she is, nurse jacki, today, president obama will meet in with prime minister and the the i.m.s. has has given the struggling european nation billions of dollars in bailout money said greece is on the right track, but needs to raise taxes. >> the white house has announced to president obama's going to make a speech on the steps of the lincoln memorial this month further 50th anniversary of martin luth
♪ theme stephanie: hello t.v. land, hello jacki sheckner. jacki: are you wearing a colored shirt? stephanie: this indicates i got in 30 seconds ago. >> she doesn't know this is our last pants-free friday. jacki: i had to pick out which not to wear, it's a big decision. >> anthony wiener got the memo. jacki: i didn't send it to him, just ford. stephanie: we call her sidney leathers, are you really, her news name is jacki sheckner. [ laughter ] stephanie: did you hear that was the latest thing that she would like to have, hate sex with sarah palin? agh! >> bring that back! stephanie: with that visual, here she is, jacki sheckner. jacki: good morning, everybody, happy friday. president obama's got business to take care of before heading off to an eight day vacation. this afternoon, the president's going to sign the student loan bill, a bipartisan compromise designed to roll back interest rates pitched doubled to 6.8% july 1. it will save the average undergrad on interest rate charges now. the bill caps out at 8.25% for undergrads, and 10.5 for their parents. at a press conference af
is not here. go ahead, punch it up. yeah. nope, nope. there. yes. okay. hello, jacki schechner. >> did she forget we've got another week on current? >> she forgot we have another week on current. >> shows how much she loves me, right? >> exactly. we have until thursday, correct? >> yes, thursday will be our last day on current. >> i will be very sad. >> me, too. >> today, i hope stephanie gets here. until then, i want to tell you we have the rude pundit coming up this hour. as we do every monday and we've got some great stuff for you. but in the meantime, we do have jacki schechner giving us all of the news from the current news center. take it away, jacki. >> happy monday. not a ton of stuff going on, especially in washington. everyone is on vacation. president obama is now in martha's vineyard though he'll be getting daily briefings from senior aides and he will spend some time, of course, preparing for what's likely to be a busy falling, dealing with among other things immigration reform and the federal budget. while our president is now playing golf and relaxing a bit. enjoying downtim
. next, what really is going on between john f. kennedy and jackie in the white house in the months before kennedy's assassination? we're talking to the author of a new book that reveals how much the first lady really knew about the president's infidelities and what happened when marilyn monroe called the white house. you're watching "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for boat insurance. geico, see how much you could save. ♪ now you can give yourself a kick in the rear! v8 v-fusion plus energy. natural energy from green tea plus fruits and veggies. need a little kick? ooh! could've had a v8. in the juice aisle. then you'll love lactose-free lactaid® it's 100% real milk that's easy to digest so you can fully enjoy the dairy you love. lactaid®. for 25 years, easy to digest. easy to love. for 25 years, all this produce from walmart and secretly served it up in the heart of peach country. it's a fresh-over. we want you to eat some peaches and tell us what you think. they're really juicy. it must have just come from the farm. th
the down. >> stephanie: yes. however, jacki schechner california supreme court unanimously rejected prop 8. so jacki schechner will you gay marry me? >> absolutely. what took you so long. >> stephanie: awesome! well, you know, i have fear of commitment. >> that's good, because now that i'm losing my job, i can move into your house. >> stephanie: done and done. >> i hope you like dogs. >> i'm a little needy now, but that's okay. >> stephanie: here she is jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. the numbers out of egypt are shocking. the egyptian health ministry says that 525 people have been killed in classes between protesters and police over the last day or so making yesterday the deadliest day since the 2011 uprising. president obama is monitoring developments while he is still in martha's vineyard, and press secretary josh earnest, and john kerry are speaking out against the violence. >> the united states strongly condemns the use of violence against egypt. >> the path towards violence leads only to economic disaster, and suffering. >> in addition to the more than 500 kills, more th
:in a new book "these few precious days: the final year of jack with jackie >> reporter:author christopher anderson claims that the hollywood starlet actually called jacqueline kennedy on the white house phoneconfessing to an affair she was rumored to be having with the president. >> reporter:the first lady allegedly responded by saying >> reporter:"that's great." "you'll move into the white house and you'll assume the responsibilities of first lady, and i'll move out and you'll have all the problems." >>"the claim that marilyn monroe actually called jackie o at the whitehouse does seem slightly farfetched but then again with marilyn monroe seemingly anything was possible. >> reporter:the book also claims the breathy sex symbol singing here in some like it hot, confided her most intimate details of the alleged affair to a friendconvinced the president would leave jackie for *her , even fantasizing >> reporter:"can't you just see me. as first lady?" "the idea that president kennedy would leave his beloved wife who the nation adored for an aging movie star was probably a fantasy in marilyn m
with us on this tuesday morning. we will start with your weather, head over to jackie do talk about the forecast, you rah going to need that umbrella today, jackie. >> . >> all right, we will -- we are going to get back to jackie in just a second, they are having a little bit of a technical issue, let's get on over to amanda. >> 66 eastbound, with ehave a work zone that is still lingering this morning. now, we just got word that the two left lanes are closed. we can see on this live shot that they are staying in that far right lane, and it looks hay may have just picked up those cones there. that camera beaks up every once in a while. hopefully that will get cleared soon. our mapping system shows thaws will be eastbound. the right lane was closed but the traffic center, tells us that they do have that moved over to the shoulder now. so all lanes are open, just expect some slight slow downs there, as well as on the inner loop after rout 29. with some alternate c. mayoring lane closures there. 295 looks beautiful, headed into the 11th street bridge, as well as the douglas bridge, dela
. and then hot brie in the city in hour number three. jacki schechner. >> i'm sure that's information jim wanted you to share with the world. >> stephanie: he doesn't care. oh, and i just booked you for jacki's healthcare corner next hour. >> oh, good to know. i'll have my people phone that in. >> i'll send. >> prep on that. >> stephanie: because i heard rush limbaugh expound on healthcare yesterday and i thought you might have some thoughts on it. >> does he want to know if oxycontin is covered? >> stephanie: i don't know if i have insurance or not. his thoughts are really someone who can afford their own healthcare out of pocket. that's someone that really has a grip on exactly what the average person goes through. >> i think he's in touch with the common man. >> stephanie: exactly. all right. in the meantime, here's nurse jacki in the current news center. >> as expected, cory booker has won the democratic nomination land go up against republican steve for senate. the popular mayor of newark won about 60% of the vote with 90% of precincts voting. his closest opponent, frank pallone came away w
is still committed to a firm response. jackie is live in paris, jackie, this is a long way from where the u.s. and france were with the iraq war. >> sure. back then the french prime minister appeared before the general assembly, and argued forcefully against military intervention in iraq. so much so that i understand from where you are, french fries were renamed freedom fries. but certainly not the case this time around. we have seen the traditional -- the united kingdom saying we are not getting involvinged instead of the french under the new president taking a very firm stand. president a lan said on friday, that the world could not and m not leave the actions in damascus unpunnished. he went on to argue, that to stand by and do inning, is to send the message to any groups that it is okay to use chemical weapons. he said that would be very dangerous indeed. he recognized that france is one of the few military powers that has the capability do alongside with the united states get involved in the kind of action that is being discussed. he said france is ready, and it was just a case now of
, as much of a man as he'll ever be. kelso and pam macy? but kelso and jackie got back together on prom night. never happened. i wrote you a love poem, pam. it goes like this. i love your rack, i'd love to shack up with you and do it, too. oh, michael! that is so deep! yeah, i kicked that poem's ass. it's all a domino effect, eric. you see, hyde wasn't there to take jackie to prom, so she couldn't make up with kelso. see? it's like my relationship with donna touched everyone's life. and i was just gonna throw that a-- [blows raspberry] ok, you're unpleasant. just give it up. i don't care. none of this is really that bad anyway. well, it gets a lot worse. come on. we're going into the future. that's right. the eighties. ♪ we can dance if we want to ♪ ♪ we can leave your friends behind ♪ ♪ 'cause your friends don't dance ♪ ♪ and if they don't dance-- ♪ man, what the hell was that? oh, you'll find out. fresh facessfor the fall!age appropriate ake-uu tips for &pstudents....onnay on fox45 mooning news ♪ and i would do anything for love... ♪ ♪ but i won't do that ♪ o
to rejoin 680. >> we will be talking with kron4 and jackie sissel will be live on the scene. >> we are starting off with low cloud cover. the temperatures are on a warmer side. it is a little muddy as you head out to work or school. as we focus on what is ahead although we will see cloud cover this morning we're talking nothing but sunshine for the afternoon. the warmest inland spots will be in the upper 80s. we do have unsettled weather on the way in the form of storms for satur. >> following developing news out of oakland this morning, where a woman has been killed in a shooting, while another man is recovering in the hospital. the shooting happened last night around 11:30 in the 800 block of 100th avenue. the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. the man has been taken to the hospital. his condition remains unknown at this police are still searching for a gunman. >> the motive for the shooting is not known at this hour. >> we now know when the new eastern span of the bay bridge will be completely open to traffic. it will be on september 3rd. kron four's mike pelton is live at
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comentando, hablando con ustedes. >>> y jackie guerrido se anota un jonrÓn con una exclusiva que le hizo a jaciel puÍg, un pelotero cubano que revoluciona grandes ligas, se lo contamos. >>> enrique iglesias se vuelve loco con romeo santos lo confiesan en un video musical que verÁn aquÍ en "primer impacto", no se vaya volvemos enseguida con mucho mÁs. ♪. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> bueno, joven talentoso, millonario, y controversial. asÍ lo definimos al pelotero cubano yasiel puig, que llevÓ a la cima de grandes ligas, en pocos meses, todo lo que hace se convierte en gran noticia, vimos con famosos como lebron james y cristiano ronaldo, y jackie guerrido llegÓ a conversar con Él, cuenta de que hablaron, cuÉntanos jackie. >>> sÍ, uy, pues no te imaginas, yasiel me hablÓ sin reservas y me dijo cÓmo adaptarse a la fama instantÁnea, y recibÍ clases de bÉisbol de un grande en el estadio de los dodgers. >>> le dicen el cubano que lleÓo a los dodgers. en solo dos meses de temporada con el equipo angelino, lo reconocen por su habilidad para batear. yasiel valdÉz puig, mide 6 pies y 4 pu
let's begin with that forecast. toss it over to jackie, talk about rain that could be on the way. >> yeah, this afternoon i think we will see it. we had a few earlier this morning but looking good at this hour. check out the risk cam, and you can see even a few breaks in the clouds already. 76 degrees so it is a warm and muggy start here, and there's live super dopler. clean sweep, my friend, we haven't seen that in a while. but this will get busy later on this afternoon. today more likely even than what we saw yesterday, mostly cloudy, 77 at 9:00, 83 by noon, and muggy this afternoon with the thunderstorms at 5:00 o'clock, and 84 degrees. so keep that in mind for the commute home, how is the commute in, though. here is amanda meadows. >> well, if you are on 395 northbound, the commute is very slow this morning. three of those right lanes closed unfortunately due to the accident. you can see, traffic is just crawling in those through lanes on 395 northbound. as your approach consider actually as you come past. in from the springfield inner change, you are going to have to get to
maryland monroe admitted to jackie kennedy. >> and oprah, as in winfrey, returns to studio 57. she's become on the silver screen for the first time in 15 years. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> this is probably one of the most specific and credible threats i've seen perhaps since 9/11 and that's why everybody's taking this so seriously. >> u.s. officials face the threat of a large-scale terror attack. >> 19 diplomatic posts in the middle east and north africa remains closed through saturday. >> there's been an awful lot of chatter out there. >> high-level people from al qaeda are talking about a major attack. >> and global travel alert will remain in effect for americans traveling overseas. >> basically could be in europe it could be in the united states, it could be a series of combined attacks? today, we're expecting to hear from major league baseball about the suspension of rodriguez and several other big leaders. >> for allegedly using performance enhancing drugs. >> a driver is under arrest f
and his wife jackie were raising five kids: their daughter nicole, about to enter college when we met her, the oldest son, keith, the twins klaudale and claude jr., and the youngest, omega. >> i think the hardest time is when you have to worry about coming home, like i say, always coming home, and then there's a bill on the door saying the water's cut off, or there's a... the guy just called saying he's gonna cut off the phone, or the electricity's off. and you have to wait for a couple of days until mom and dad can get enough money to put it back on. >> moyers: their neighborhood, sherman park, was mostly african american and had once thrived on factory jobs that paid enough to support a family. now those jobs were disappearing, and people here were trying to figure out what to do next. people like jackie stanley, who had lost her job at briggs. >> do you have any houses in the immediate area that we could show? >> while i was on the motor line at briggs, i began to study my real estate. i went ten times for my real estate license. the tenth time, i passed. and i promised that as soon as
committee has two terms. >> so this is the advisory committee? >> okay. i see jackie sax here and is there anyone who is a candidate here try to keep your comments within two minutes please. good morning. i'm jackie sax i've about that on the committee since i was appointed citizens back in june of 1997. i'm the longest serving member on this committee. i reauthority prop k and i was on the projects in the district very involved in transportation. and i saw the hi i saw prop b born and inspired and watched the prop k hopefully, i'll be able to see prop k to the terms of the sales tax project. i'm very involved in the transportation for senior citizens and i want to continue to serve on the committee and i always actually, you how i feel >> thank you many sax anyone else who wants to speak who are applicants. so colleagues we have two seats and i know that supervisors breed is asking us to continue the seats. and a thank you. i'm happy to make a motion to continue. is it seat 5? or marlene to the next programs meeting you should give our imply supervisor time to find someone
to honor jackie robinson and other leaders including sharon robison, jackie's daughter that continues to push for equality. >> we need to have another civil rights movement. i think this celebrating that 50th anniversary, having this march retracing the march in washington d.c., having us all reflect on the past is hopefully helping us to think about where we need to go in the future. >> i think the thing that i think about is all of the trials and tribulation that jackie robinson went through and for me to come back and to break a record like the one that babe ruth held for such a long time was one that showed everybody that if given the same opportunity to play this game that we, too, could do the same thing. >> now it is time again for as the jets turn. this morning the plot thickens in the controversy. here is why. let's set the stage, preseason game three, smith getting a first nfl start and the rookie quickly follows up with a first nth touchdown pass, uneffort nayly the headline broadway joe has to be put on hold as he tossed three interceptions. at least they have the veteran
due to the weak job market. >>> now for business and cnbc's jackie deangelis. good morning to you, jackie. >> good morning, richard. stocks rose for a second day on thursday on the back of data showing that the u.s. economy grew more than previously forecast this spring. although the market did pair gains by the close. oil prices easing below $108 a barrel after the british parliament rejected military action in syria. >>> meantime, microsoft is reportedly in talks to make a big investment in foursquare. that's the app that lets mobile users report their location on social media sites. foursquare could help enrich local results on the bing search engine. >>> the tooth fairy not carrying much loose change anymore. a new survey shows she's leaving nearly $4 under each pillow per tooth, that's up 23% from last year. richard, back to you. >> jackie, i used to just get 25 cents. >>> the irs has issued new regulations for same-sex married couples to file joint federal tax returns. in june, the supreme court struck down parts of the 1996 defense of marriage act. that opened the door for
trending, miley and liam squashing the break-up rumors. the shocking lost photo of a pregnant jackie o smoking. all new kennedy bombshells from j.f.k.'s secret addiction to jackie's face-off with marilyn monroe. >> jackie said go right ahead. you become first lady. >> then she lost over 100 pounds, so did she. >> it's amazing. i feel very happy. >> rocking bikinis on theer of "people," how they did our new a-list interview with "elysium"'s matt damon, when a-list couple he is roasting. >> he hit the jackpot. she not so much. and anthony weiner weatherman? >> rainy, cloudy and what stiff upper lip. >> "extra, extra!" >> hey, everyone, welcome to "extra" here at the grove, i'm mario lopez. >> and i'm maria menounos. coming up, lindsay back pa just rehab. details coming up. >> first let's get to tonight's top story. >> two celebrities doing battle before a judge. amanda bynes tries to break free from the psych ward, but first usher fights for his son after he nearly drowned, his ex dragging him into court today for an emergency custody hearing. round two for usher and tameka raymond, a ju
hold it is legacy jackie robinson includes the beak con award. there was a lunch i don't know today. all of famer frank robinson on hand. bo jackson as well as aretha franklin. >> i'm a manager of a major league baseball club. this was an opportunity that jackie on his way out hoped that one day minettiss get a chance to be a part of and i am. he was the trail blazer and i don't think his legacy should ever be forgotten. >> the thing i think about is all of the trials and tribulation that jackie robinson went through. and for me to come back and to break a record like the one that beabruth held for such a long time was one that if given the same opportunity to play this game that we too could do the same thing. >> the cubs have been involved in big comebacks their last three gamentse. they staged two themselves ultimately to lose both games. last night they were on the receiving end of a padres comeback. different story tonight. rizzo didn't hit a home run but barney did. barney just missed another one. this will go for a double. mcdonald is going to try to score and watch the relay
and the upper that came with them such as jackie o elizabeth taylor the last start, nancy reagan unauthorized biography, the royals conquer the family the real story of the bush dynasty oprah biography and of course my favorite his way and unauthorized biography of frank sinatra. it's a really great book and an change in direction ms. 's recent book "capturing camelot" stanley tretick's -- stanley tretick's iconic images of the kennedys a great book and very well put together. personally these picture books mean more to me when the captions are well researched and thought out and a bit more pros than he would normally find which is what ms. kelley did with this book. never failing to raise a few eyebrows while uncovering stories about our shared history and doing a wonderfully painful chapter reminding us her heroes are very human please welcome to the festival kitty kelley. [applause] >> the only part of that introduction that isn't quite right is the prolific. it takes me four years usually. you have to be careful. prolific as a turtle. it takes me four years usually on each book. but this
with weather, head over to meteorologist jackie jarrist to talk about the forecast today, jackie a lot like what we have seen all week. >> yeah, just making little progressings in the temperature department, more than anything else. we are warming things up gradually throughout the week, and waking up to somewhat wet weather this morning. that's it, i think it will stay to the south of d.c. itself. so here you can see a couple of sprinkles. and then over into southern maryland, and southern prince georges county. not amounts to much, and i don't think it will effect your commute either. so warmer and more humid conditions today. we will have flirtatious sunshine, so it will peek in and out. a lot like yesterday everyone, and then chances of showers even a few thunderstorms will continue, not just today for the next couple of days as well. we have your seven dare forecast, just minutes away. we go to wtop with your traffic report. >> well, jackie, it is nice to start off with those dry conditions. we also have accident free conditions on all major roadways. now, we monitoring cond
martin luther king, jr. and "letter from birmingham jail," in 17 years after jackie robinson became the first african-american to play major league baseball, the minor-league birmingham barons fielded the first integrated team, and the first in the state of alabama. next on booktv, author and former major league pitcher larry colton recounts the team's exploits on and off the field amongst a backdrop of political and social change in birmingham, alabama. this is a little over one hour. >> hi, everybody. i'm really delighted with the opportunity to introduce larry this evening, but i know most of you know something about larry already. i become he is a kind of one man portland institution, the founder of the community of writers, founder of the work to stop -- workshop literary festival, just recently the stewart holbrooke libÉre legacy award, and so his devotion to writing and support the writing community important is really well known. some organizing programs for grammar school children getting their first taste of how to organize their thoughts about the world, to advice for as
[♪ theme music ] >> stephanie: all right. current tv, hour number 1. jacki schechner you know it has been a long night, when i come in and think there is a spider on my laptop, but it's my fake eyelashes from cnn last night. we have michael tomasky and charlie pierce on the big show. are we trying to make their jealous. oh, they have mated. the eye lashes. >> oh, the eyelashes, not tomasky and pierce. >> stephanie: oh, no. [ laughter ] >> good morning, everybody, it's primary day in new jersey as voters are going to choose a candidate to run for the late frank lautenberg's seat in the senate. cory booker holds a commanding lead in the polls, and has raised more money than his challengers. senator lautenberg's family, has endorsed senator malone. booker is facing questions regarding his outside business measures. but booker is going to win today and is poised to beat the republican candidate in the general election by a huge margin. the clintons not pleased with anthony weiner for both personal and political reasons. saad he is likely to have made that situation even worse. he
plan to exit 2101 and the northbound direction. jackie system has been advising us all morning long it's very quickly reached the saturation point. there is a lot of traffic at the toll plaza this morning westbound but it is still moving smoothly. again lighter today and then yesterday. yesterday backed up all the way on to the rich but that's not the case today. the largest are in commute is all around the bay area. hardly any delays for 101 southbound. a little slowing at the civic center and the golden gate bridge ride with great. it even looks like the fog started to burn off. sunshine rainbows for the drive this morning. >>darya: kron4's jackie sizzle is still keeping an eye on the san rafael bridge this morning. >>: ica a backup. the fasttrack plans are almost to a stop. the bridge itself is at full capacity. the other thing you notice is a bank of fog has rolled then print of unspent itself there is heavy dense fog that may be slowing down the traffic. bay to of the bay bridge closure and things an december fell bridge also will then roll heavy traffic care for it >>darya: as th
, ofrecen sus servicios y bueno, como dirÍa jackie, latinas al poder, llegÓ el fin de semana, vamos a ver las condiciones del tiempo, adelante jackie. >>> claro que sÍ, latinas al top. bÁrbara, quÉ bonito, cuando nos juntamos pueden surgir y encontramos cosas grandiosos, las imÁgenes en estos momentos, un terremoto que uso cundir el pÁnico en un poblado de nueva zelandÍa, causÓ severos daÑos en un puente, casas, y edificios, obligÓ a decenas a salir a las calles, y 6 replicas se hicieron sentir luego del potente temblor, imÁgenes de impacto, pero bueno, a este lado del mapa tenemos condiciones completamente diferente, estÁ el atlÁntico con cierta actividad. hablamos de la tormenta tropical erin, en estos momentos, perdiÓ las caracterÍsticas tropicales es una depresiÓn, vamos bien, experimentamos mÁs sistemas el fin de semana, para el noreste del caribe, con fuertes lluvias para campeche, por el momento, mÁs de lo mismo, asÍ terminamos la semana, con fuertes lluvias, desde luisiaouisianlouisiana, y aviso de inundaciones, el panorama bastante complicado, desde chicago, has
around the bay this morning is the san but that is where we find kron 4's jackie sissel. jackie how is the commute so far? >> i can tell you that it looks like the volume is down from yesterday's but on a normal day it will be pretty heavy. given the circumstances of things are pretty small. the bridge itself is full capacity and the traffic was moving slow. the key word is that a camel we all morning long. we are hoping that we get this same field today. i can tell you the right now, the span itself is full and the traffic continues to us go through. >> and stay with kron 4. we'll keep you updated on the bay bridge shutdown. you can also get the latest info on our website. kron4- dot-com. and on our new kron4 mobile app. there's a special section devoted to the latest updates on the bridge. and >> developing news this morning. the san jose police department is investigating an officer involved shooting. just after 1 am officers located a car suspected of being involved in a robbery. it was in the area of king road and alum rock avenue in east san jose. willofficers attempted to sto
. >>> outrage in new york after vandals deface a statue of jackie robinson and his teammate reece. police say a swastika and a racial slur were found scrambled across the statue on wednesday. now "new york daily news" offering a reward for the person or persons responsible. >>> and in sports -- ouch. home fans hated when fans were visiting team come to cheer in their ballpark. so, cleveland indian fans had this response to detroit tigers' fans trying to rally their guys. detroit's bankrupt. bankrupt. well, looks like sports fans can take a page from the business section. not very nice, though. >>> army major nidal hassan gunned down dozens of people at fort hood and now he wants to be the next to die. they want off the case because they say hassan himself wants to be executed. ed lavandera covering the court-martial in texas for us. ed, what is the very latest on this? >> good morning. we are waiting for court procedure proceedings to bedwgin this morning. this is after everything was dramatically shut down in the courtroom yesterday after the three attorneys that are essentially standing by
carolina. in fayetteville, north carolina, downtown, just off campbell avenue, jackie burden and michael james, these two people, were walking down the street on december 7, 1995. and while they were walking down the street, they ran into three u.s. soldiers. they were all members of the 82nd airborne stationed nearby at ft. bragg. the soldiers shot and killed jackie burden and michael james in a totally unprovoked, seemingly utterly random attack. they shot them both in the head with a semiautomatic pistol. both of them died. two of the soldiers got life sentences. the third got a reduced sentence for testifying against his buddies. after the soldiers were arrested in that case, it quickly became clear that the murders were not actually random. jackie burden and michael james were shot specifically and only because they were black. >> two white paratroopers at ft. bragg, north carolina, tonight are charged with murder in the execution of a black couple in nearby fayetteville. nbc is in fayetteville. >> reporter: grieving relatives of the victims brought flowers to the scene of the crime
suggests marilyn monroe called jackie kennedy to chat about the sex symbol's love affair with jfk. >> she was a smart political wife and she feared marilyn monroe. >>> and we continue on hour two. great to be with you. i'm brooke baldwin. top of the hour. i want to take you to canada. new brunswick specifically. a police press conference actually just ended with more details about the deaths of these two boys, ages 5 and 7, who were apparently killed, strangled in their sleep by a 99 pound python. these brothers were at a sleepover at a friend's apartment. it was above a pet store that the father owned. police seau tops sis are underway right now to determine the exact cause of death with these two little boys, but it appears the snake escaped from a glass enclosure, somehow slithered up the ventilation system and was so huge that it fell through the ceiling in the room where these two little boys were sleeping. police say it is too early to talk about possible criminal charges here. another pet store owner says aggressive behavior is rare in pythons except when they are hungry. >> this s
writer of best-selling books in the uproar that came with them come including subjects like jackie kennedy onassis, the royals, elizabeth taylor, opera, and of course, my favorite an unauthorized biography called his weight, of frank sinatra. her most recent book is focused on iconic images of the kennedys. books mean a lot more to me when it is well researched. never failing to raise a few eyebrows in doing such a wonderful job of reminding us that these characters are very human. please welcome kitty kelley. [applause] >> i don't know that my writing is prolific, but thank you so much. [laughter] prolific as a turtle, it takes me four years usually on each book. but this book was a labor of love. because stanley was were my very best friends. he was one of president kennedy's favorite photographers and i used to visit family in washington and one time i asked him what he used as his coffee table and i said stanley, what you haven't met him and he said, nude pictures. years later when his family died, i dropped the subject ends are you years later he left his archives and they del
familia, asÍ reaccionÓ cuando le preguntaron sobre el embarazo de su sobrina jackie. >> y para contestarle la respuesta ahorita todos estÁn embarazados mi apÁ, mi hermano juan, mi sobrino, mi sobrina. >> estÁn panzÓn para darle vuelta al asunto ¿verdad? (risas). >> pues no, no hay nada mÁs que pueda decirles mÁs que personalmente agradecerles el apoyo a todos, a todos ustedes a todos los periodistas, a la familia entera. >> al finalizar la conferencia entre empujones los medios se le acercaron para intentar que el cantante aclarara cÓmo va la relaciÓn con su familia pero solo respondiÓ si habÍa terminado de leer el libro de su hermana jenny rivera. >> hay que darle tiempo al tiempo y ese es que el nos va ayudar a terminarlo. >> en los Ángeles, ninette rÍos "primer impacto." >> y hoy en la mira les contamos que compartiÓ jenifer lopez con cristiano ronaldo en los Ángeles, la estrella del real madrid publicÓ la foto en cuenta de twitter y expresÓ que estÁ feliz de conocer a la cantante y a su novio, como estÁn disfrutando me fascina. >> bueno breve este segmento de entrete
with jackie kennedy took on a sort of renaissance. you have a picture that i want to show everyone, put it up here. this is of jackie returning to washington from a trip to greece in 1963. do we not have -- >> no, that's a different picture. >> that's her leaving with jack when they left the otis base hospital together. >> so the picture that we wanted to show is of her peaking out from behind -- >> the kids are about to jump up into her arms off the plane. >> what we don't see in that picture and what you tell readers is this, quote, when kennedy reached the top of the metal staircase she reached out with a white gloved hand to caress his neck and draw him inside. such a chic vision. what happened? what changed for president kennedy? >> what changed was their son patrick died. tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the death of patrick. jfk spent 36 hours with his son and was holding his hand when he died. he burst into tears afterwards. he cried for 15 minutes in the hospital. he went to jackie's bedside in the hospital in cape cod and she said to him, i couldn't bear it if anything ever happe
a national strike today, demanding higher wages. jackie deangelis is live in new york. she's been in the thick of things for us. hi, jackie. >> hey, sue. that is exactly right. we're hearing fast food workers across the country and here in the city hitting the streets. i'm going to tell you exactly what they're asking for and what it means for big business, when we come back on "power lunch." >>> welcome back to "power lunch." i'm dominic schuh. we're looking at companies like generalworth financial, raid yann group and mgic. the move will help private mortgage insurers, so those stocks at least a little to the upside, sue. >> some welcome news today for bankrupt detroit. ford is ramping up production at its flat rock assembly plant just north of that city. phil bowsen is in flat rock where he talked to ceo alan mulally just a little bit ago. hi, phil. >> hi, sue. we're here at the flat rock assembly line as fusions and mustangs are rolling off the line. they'll be building both those models here, adding to the fusion production here. this is a big deal for ford. previously the fu
" jackie kucinich and host of post tv in play. matt cooper is editor of the national journal daily. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks. >> let's start with tom coburn saying the president is close to impeachment. this is taking things to another level. >> chris, you know, as you heard in the clip, tom coburn is a friend of president obama so they go back a long way in the senate. and, you know, he has been kind of conciliatory on a lot of budget issues and been on bipartisan groups to come up with a budget deal and taking flak from his right for being open to the idea of raising taxes under some circumstances. and so maybe it's not entirely surprising that he would, you know, venture into this impeachment area. but if you see the whole thing, he didn't really -- you know, he kind of walked it back a little. so i'm not sure this is really going anywhere but i think you're right. the fact they are even mentioning it is even amazing. >> he is not alone, jackie. the third time this week another congressman said he talked to lawyers and blake farrenholtz say they have the votes in the h
prohibidas pamela. >>> la madre naturaleza causa estragos adelante jackie. >>> hola >>> asÍ es pamela y muy buenas tardes, y siguen la madre sk naturaleza seÑores sorprende diens, testigos fueron los residentes de un vecindario y esto fue la florida donde una tromba marina se formÓ en medio de una tormenta con esto wren cial torrenciales lluvias. tambiÉn estÁn activas las fuertes lluvias en todo el sureste, actividad paranormal estarÁ desde luisiana, hasta atlanta finalizando la semana de trabajo, el panorama con bastante inestabilidad, en el sur de la florida. mucho mÁs que nada situaciÓn diaria para ustedes en el noreste condiciones secas no se pronostican actividad de fuertes aguaceros, para nosotros en el noreste tenemos actividad de lluvia a diferencia de toda california, condiciones secas, estables vamos a terminar una semana de trabajo bastante tranquila, donde tenemos aviso de alerta hacia el oeste de las plan cies del sur. tenemos un sistema frontal del norte que refresca la situaciÓn y chicago no pasarÁ los 77 grados, buenas noticias al menos para usted asoces a diferenci
to have barbara, let's see, barbara senich and jackie moray to come up on stage and accept the award on behalf of the portola. (applause) >> nice t-shirt. thank you very much. here is a model of the t-shirt. [laughter] (applause) >> it is the best neighborhood you never heard of. both barbara and i are lifelong members of the neighborhood. i'm still in the same house that i grew up in. and come and see the new four-barrel when we timely get it. we're the only neighborhood that doesn't have a coffee shop. what can i tell you? [laughter] (applause) >> as jackie said, you'll have to come out to the portola to see what's going on. and don't forget to notice our painted pillar there as you drive along 01 >> experiencing technical difficulty; please stand by >> here is the other linda to accept the award on behalf of the group. (applause) >> thank you. my name is linda light haiser and i work with help mclaren park. alioto-pier here to accept the award on behalf of the founders of the organization, the real movers and shakers who couldn't be here tonight, chuck and [speaker not understood
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